By Malak Khaled
Hannah Taha is an Egyptian-born yoga instructor, artist and soon to be interior designer who became a yoga teacher in 2016 after completing her 200-hour teacher training at YogaWorks in New York City. In 2017, Hannah went back to New York to study at Lighthouse Yoga School, completing her 300-hour teacher training and is now also a certified 500-hour YTT teacher.
Hannah has taught classes and workshops on over 5 continents, practicing the Vinyasa flow, a short sequence of poses as a part of the sun salutation, drawing inspiration from Hatha and Ashtanga yoga.
She continues to practice and teach, constantly learning new techniques to deepen her practice and experience. She also started exploring the world and traveling to destinations such as Spain, Australia, Thailand and more.
And now, she’s back to remind us how beautiful her homeland is through her Instagram profile.
Hannah recently posted a photo in a yoga position on the beach, showing her gratitude to be back home by saying that she always feels “astounded” by Egypt’s beauty. She also expresses her love of the “strong energies” that radiated from the desert and sea as well as their “healing power.”
Since then, she has been posting different pictures and videos all around the country, showing off its beauty under the hashtag #Egypt
Hannah was supposed to be giving yoga classes in Egypt in August, but given the current circumstances, she’s decided not to put anyone at risk and unfortunately cancelled them. However, she did suggest that people could take her online classes instead.
In another of her Instagram posts she expresses her wish to abandon everything and live in Egypt’s desert, adding, “Regardless of all the imperfections that exist around here, it still remains the most beautiful place on earth to me.”